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Man Accused of Making Meth in Broken Arrow Park

Broken Arrow police arrested a man accused of making meth in a city park. More>>

Tulsa Police Looking for Beer, Water Larceny Suspect

Tulsa police are looking for a man believed to be responsible for multiple beer and water larcenies from QuikTrip stores during July. More>>

Deputies Search for Attempted Burglars After Cats Found Dead

Authorities with the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office are working to determine the events leading up to a burglary north of Tahlequah. It happened July 26 at a residence on West 736 Road.

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Hit & Run Suspect Pleads Guilty

A man accused of leaving the scene of an accident that injured a Broken Arrow High School athlete entered a guilty plea Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Authorities Seek Adair Co. Murder Suspect

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering a cash reward for anyone who can provide helpful information as they try to locate James Manken, a 40-year-old homicide suspect. More>>

Suspect Arrested for Reported Cocaine Possession Near Child

A suspect with former felony convictions was arrested on complaints of possession of cocaine in the presence of a minor and child endangerment Monday afternoon. More>>

Chiropractor Accused of Groping Girl at Center of Universe Festival

A Broken Arrow chiropractor is accused of groping a teenage girl at the Center of the Universe Festival this weekend. More>>

New Surveillance Photo Released in Dealership Tire Thefts

Bartlesville police may have a break in the search for the thieves who stole dozens of tires from a car dealership. More>>

Tahlequah Police Investigating 2 Deaths

A Tahlequah woman was found shot to death inside her house. More>>

Police Search for Owasso Armed Robber

Police are searching for a man who robbed an Owasso Walgreen’s. More>>

Man Shot in the Head at Tulsa Party

A man was shot in the head Sunday in what Tulsa police are calling a 'family dispute.' More>>

Four Men Arrested for Alleged Attempted Garage Theft

Four males were arrested Saturday night after they were reportedly caught in the act of stealing items from a resident's garage. More>>

Victim Suffers Serious Injuries in Overnight Shooting

A man is in the hospital after an attempted robbery and shooting overnight in east Tulsa near 21st and Garnett. More>>

Detectives Searching for Bandaged Bank Robbery Suspect

Robbery detectives within the Tulsa Police Department are asking for help identifying a man with gauze wrapped around his head and hands who robbed IBC Bank Friday afternoon. More>>

Man with AIDS Bites Medical Technician, Gets Arrested

Tulsa police arrested a man on a complaint of knowingly spreading AIDS after he reportedly bit a health care worker late Friday night, causing a deep cut and bleeding. More>>

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  • Home Invasion Leads To Shooting

    Home Invasion Leads To Shooting

    Police are investigating a home invasion that led to a shooting in North Tulsa.It happened around 3:30 this morning near Apache and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.The suspect, who was dressed in all black, shot the homeowner once in the torso.He's been taken to the hospital.But his condition is unknown at this hour.Several children were home at the time but were not hurt.Police say, right now, it is unclear if the homeowner and the suspect knew each other.More >>
    Police are investigating a home invasion that led to a shooting in North Tulsa.It happened around 3:30 this morning near Apache and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.The suspect, who was dressed in all black, shot the homeowner once in the torso.He's been taken to the hospital.But his condition is unknown at this hour.Several children were home at the time but were not hurt.Police say, right now, it is unclear if the homeowner and the suspect knew each other.More >>
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